LPS Concessions-October 18 (during the LPS Competition at Seacrest. LPS provides all of the food, and we help with set up, sales, and closing at the end of the Competition. We will need volunteers to help in three different shifts from 10:00 am-12:30 pm, 12:30-2:30 pm and 2:30-4:30 pm) http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0444afaa2aa7fa7-lpsband
October 17- Football Game (AWAY) Seacrest at 8pm Itinerary
October 18- LPS Contest Seacrest at 3:00pm Itinerary
October 25- NSBA State Contest Seacrest (8:00pm, awards 10pm) Itinerary
Saturday contests are listed in bold. Details for each performance will be posted on the board outside the band office as well as the website.
Meet the Assistant Director
Mr. Kenney received his Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from the University of Nebraska Lincoln in May, 2012. After completing his student teaching at Lincoln East High School, he applied for and was offered the position of Assistant Band Director at East. His primary focus as an instructor there now is to teach Music Technology, Music Theory, and Guitar 1 & 2 while assisting Mr. Thorpe, Mrs. Smith, and Mr. Whitman in other music areas. Mr. Kenney will direct the Pep Band, Brass Choir, musical pit, and is the Tri-M music honor society sponsor and the technology chair for the music department. He met his wife, Catelyn, as a Resident Assistant at the University of Nebraska.
Email Roster for Band Boosters and Band Members:
If you would like to receive updates in this manner, please send your email address to John Harroun at email@example.com.
(East High does NOT provide Email addresses to the Band Boosters.) Please include the name of your student and
The Band Program Students at Lincoln East are very fortunate to have a wide variety of quality music ensemble opportunities. Below is a brief summary of each group and its role in the East Band Program. These ensembles can be subdivided into two major groups: Co-Curricular and Extra-Curricular.
Co-curricular ensembles meet during the school day and you must be enrolled through Lincoln East to participate. You receive a grade for these ensembles and therefore must adhere to the grading requirements set forth by each class.
Extra-Curricular ensembles are not classes. They typically meet outside the school day and in no way are required to be in Band at East. They are meant to be extra opportunities that are open to East Band students.